Trysilfjellet Golf Course has two courses. An 18-hole golf course, par 72, which requires a green card, and a 4-hole short hole pay & play par-3 course.

Main course 18 hole

The main course was designed by Jeremy Turner and was integrated into beautiful surroundings at the foot of Trysil mountain. This means that in addition to the golfing, you also experience the wonderful nature. It is a thrilling and varied 18-hole forest course, par 72, which suits the terrain perfectly. There are many challenging holes for both beginners and experienced golfers. A handicap is required for a green card and to book a tee-off time.

Short-hole course

The short-hole course is ideal for people who want to try their hand at golf for the first time or who want to perfect their close game. The short-hole course has four holes and is a par-3 course with water obstacles, bunkers and challenges, just like you would find on a larger course. There is no handicap requirement and you don’t need to book.

The facility offers excellent practice opportunities, consisting of a driving range with 33 mats of which 10 are under cover, a putting green, a chipping green and training bunkers.

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